Mercerized cotton warp, all black (hence the night domination), and thin bourette weft, which did tons of colour pooling. With 260 GSM, this beautiful baby wrap will have tons of grip, despite the thinness. Advertisements
Last week my friend sent me pictures of a visitor wrap. Not just a visitor wrap, but a wrap which inspired “Lindavia” collection. The wrap in question is “Smaug” by Pig & Pepper. And my friend, who ordered the Lindavia custom, and who suggested the snow-dye and then drove the design, was very excited … More Lindavia and Smaug
Last week I wove two samples, on the basis of the same pattern of vertical hearts. I changed a pattern a little bit for the second sample, to make the hearts a little less angular. The pattern on the screen started to look fuzzy, but I know (ask me how) that the screen look and … More Vertical hearts pattern, testing
A lovely piece, woven in a pattern I have not tried before, on hand-painted warp and a natural while Seasilk.
“Into the sunset” collection is woven on hand-painted mercerized cotton. This is the second time when I paint the warp after putting it on the loom. This wrap is woven with silk / baby camel weft, in natural colour and hearts weave pattern. And this beauty is 300 GSM.
I have been experimenting with painting a white warp after I put it on the loom. Here is a piece from Tabula Rasa collection, started as a white cottolin warp: And this is a piece from “Into the sunset collection”, where I aimed for a gradient transition from indigo to white:
My model was kind enough to do the two separate photo sessions, for this material.